Western Sydney University has unveiled plans for its new Higher Education Centre at Liverpool.
Scheduled to open in 2017, it will provide a suite of undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the areas of business, information technology and health. The University will also offer its highly successful pathways College – one of the leading pathways programs in Australia. The range of diploma programs will allow students to gain direct entry to the second-year of a Western Sydney University degree.
The new 3,000sqm Higher Education Centre will be a high-quality, modern, technology-rich and highly-flexible space, and will also include the University’s Launch Pad smart business centre, which brings with it a partner network of supporting organisations including NAB, KPMG, NSW Department of Industry, CSIRO and L&T Infotech.
Students will also benefit from having full access to the Western Sydney University campus network and all on-campus facilities, with the nearby Bankstown campus located in Milperra just a few kilometres away.
– Liverpool is one of Sydney’s fastest growing and most dynamic cities.
– Western Sydney University is ranked in the top three per cent universities worldwide according to the prestigious Times Higher Education’s World University Rankings, and is also ranked in the top 100 young universities in the world under the age of 50.